Join fellow technologists, entrepreneurs, & investors for the NY Enterprise Technology Meetup's (NYETM) March meetup on Wednesday 3/14/18 from 6:00pm-8:00pm!
For our March meetup we'll have two exciting companies demoing their technologies as well as a keynote from Bob Tinker & Tae Hea Nahm.
Thanks so much to Imanis Data for sponsoring this month's meetup!Keynote:Founder Lessons: If you were talking to yourself 15-years ago as a newly minted enterprise entrepreneur, what do you wish you had known?"
They keynote will discuss what worked, what didn't work, what we saw others do, what we wished we had known, & the stuff that just stinks in order to help enterprise entrepreneurs make sense of the chaos & anticipate what's next. And most importantly, know that you are not alone.
1) Unlocking Growth: Product Market Fit is a major milestone for startups. Yet, PMF is not sufficient to unlock growth. There is a missing link that doesn't really have a name. We call it Go-To-Market Fit.
2) Unlearning your way to success: Successful startups change as they grow. So must the CEO & leaders change themselves & how they work. What gets a team from A to B often holds you back from B to C. It's painful. The key is unlearning.
Speakers: Co-authors of new book Survival to Thrival: The Enterprise Startup Guide.
This isn't a hero's journey. Far from it. It's a mind meld of a 15-year entrepreneur-investor team & dozens of enterprise entrepreneurs who all struggled through the journey to build enterprise startups.
www.survivaltothrival.com. Orderable on Amazon at this link
Bob Tinker.Three-time entrepreneur. Most recently founding CEO of mobile-security-company MobileIron from 2008-2016, which Bob led from original team of 3 to nearly a 1000 people, over $150M/year, & IPO in Jun 2014.
Tae Hea Nahm.Long-time enterprise focused venture capital investor. Managing Director of Storm Ventures, enterprise-focused venture capital firm. Early investor & board member at Airespace, Marketo, MobileIron, & other successful early stage enterprise startups.
1. Imanis Data
Looking forward to seeing you all soon!
Yours in collaboration,Jonwww.nyetm.com